Middle School Chromebook Parent Notification 2020 and COPPA Compliance Form
Union County Public Schools is excited to continue the 1:1 Access Model with limited Accidental Damage coverage. It is the desire of Union County Public Schools to provide students with a great learning opportunity. The 1:1 Access Model is designed to increase global awareness, promote innovation, and encourage student success. As students attend classes this school year (face to face and remotely), teachers will be
designing technology rich lessons that will implement 21st Century Skills into their curriculum.
Your student may receive remote learning opportunities, using district approved videoconference platforms, during the school year.
Chromebook Equipment for Students:
Lenovo Chromebook Computer
Hard shell case (attached to Chromebook)
Power Adapter (2 pieces)
Limited Accidental Damage Coverage
Students/Parents/Guardians are responsible for the cost of lost, stolen, or intentionally damaged devices/repair
Students/Parents/Guardians are responsible for the cost of all damages incurred if the protective case is removed from the Chromebook regardless of the cause
Students are to use the Chromebook for school use only
Downloading personal items (i.e. Pictures of your family, iTunes music, home videos, etc.) to UCPS computers is considered inappropriate
Downloading personal applications is considered inappropriate
Students are to use the computer to enhance learning (video conferencing applications will be used for remote learning)
View Student/Parent resources at:
1:1 Learning Classroom
Students are obligated to bring their device to school each day
Students are responsible for taking reasonable care of machines to ensure they are not damaged, lost, or stolen
Students must follow the UCPS Acceptable Use Guidelines
All technical services will be addressed by the UCPS Technology Services Department
In order for schools within Union County Public Schools (UCPS) to continue to be able to provide your student with the most effective web-based tools and applications for learning, they need to abide by federal regulations that require a parental signature as outlined below.
Our district utilizes several computer software applications and web-based resources, operated not by this school, but by third parties. These include Google Apps for Education (GAFE), Microsoft, Discovery Education, video conferencing, myON and similar educational programs.
In order for our students to use some of these programs and services, certain personal identifying information – generally the student’s name and email address – must be provided to the website operator. Students in grades 3-12 will receive a Google email account to participate in the Google Apps for Education program used by UCPS. Students cannot receive emails from everyone. Student emails are filtered in order to only allow approved senders correspondence to get to students.
Under federal law entitled the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA), some websites must provide parental notification and/or obtain parental consent before collecting personal information from children under the age of 13. For more information on COPPA, please visit -
The law permits schools such as ours to consent to the collection of personal information on behalf of all of its students, thereby eliminating the need for individual parental consent given directly to the website operator.
If you do not want your student to participate in these programs, select the OPT-OUT box below.
As a student of UCPS I agree to the terms of this agreement.
As a parent or legal guardian of a UCPS student I agree to the terms of this agreement.
Opt out options:
I do not want my student to receive a UCPS Chromebook
I do not want my student to use web-based tools as outlined above
Student Name: (First and Last - Serves as signature)
Parent/Legal Guardian Name: (First and Last - Serves as signature)
Date of Signature:
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